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West Indies end tour with maiden win

West Indies beat Australia by 27 runs in the only T20 in Brisbane (00:00)

February 8, 2013

Posted by dinosaurus on (February 1, 2013, 23:20 GMT)

Yes, James Brayshaw is "over the top" but those complaining of "bias" are really objecting to Australian success. I don't recall commentators from other nations observing the successes of their team in solemn dignified tones!

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